People rightly expect to receive accessible, high quality public services that they get choice and control over, but they have an increasingly important role to play if these demands are to be met in the future. This will only happen if public services can organise people and provide services in a way that leads to outputs that are empowering, coherent and offer lasting value. But how can public services make it easier for people to meet their own and other people's needs?
Ed Wallace
Monday, 8 October 2012
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Collaborative technologies, which many of us use every day to create, share and discuss information, have brought about a profound change in the way we organise and go about our everyday lives. These cheap, ubiquitous technologies have changed the way products and commercial services are delivered and social needs are met.
Ed Wallace
Monday, 1 October 2012
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I went along to Reboot Britain on Monday to hear about how new technology, the web and our newly networked world can re-power public services and generate social change. Looking at the lively stream of content on the blogs, in the news and via the twitter feed, it is clear the day generated a lot of interest.
Laura Bunt
Thursday, 9 July 2009
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